ARTICLES OF UCMJ
We Can Help You Understand Military Law
Knowing and understanding the articles of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) is critical to anyone involved in military law. If you have been charged with a crime during your service, then it is important you familiarize yourself with the rules of the UCMJ that are applicable to your case.
For your convenience, we have compiled information on some of the most frequently cited articles of the UCMJ:
- Article 31
- Article 80 Attempts
- Article 81 Conspiracy
- Article 85 Desertion
- Article 89 Disrespect Offenses
- Article 92 Failure to Obey an Order
- Article 93 Maltreatment
- Article 107 False Official Statements
- Article 118 Murder
- Article 121 Larceny
- Article 128 Assault
- Article 132 Frauds Against the United States
- Article 133 Conduct Unbecoming
You’ll be hard pressed to find anyone outside of a legal profession who is intimately familiar with all of their state and federal government’s laws. The same can be said for service members and the UCMJ. These laws are not something you can pick up, read once, and understand completely when you’re done. Thankfully, the criminal justice system is designed with this in mind. When you are charged with a crime, you are entitled to legal representation from either a military-appointed or civilian attorney.
Many of the military criminal defense attorneys at Gary Myers, Daniel Conway & Associates are former service members themselves. We bring together over 100 years of combined experience, and we can help you review the UCMJ to better understand the charges against you and what you can do to defend yourself.
Start discussing your case with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. Call (833) 934-8265 for a free consultation with a member of our firm.
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Daniel Conway Partner
For the better part of the last decade, Mr. Conway has become a nationally recognized resource on military justice. Daniel Conway is a former Marine staff sergeant and captain. He is a proud graduate of the University of Texas at San Antonio and University of New Hampshire School of Law. Mr. Conway is recently a former President of the New Hampshire Bar Association Military Law Section and a current member of the DC Bar. Mr. Conway has also written a book on Military Crimes and Defenses that is near publication with a major ...Read More
Gary Myers Partner
Gary Myers is a former JAG officer and one of the most experienced civilian military defense counsel in the country. He attended the University of Delaware where he received his undergraduate degree in chemical engineering in 1965. Gary Myers served as president of his freshman, sophomore and junior classes and went on in his senior year to be president of the student body. Gary Myers then attended the Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law, and graduated in 1968. Gary Myers paid his way through law school by ...Read More
Brian Pristera Attorney
A Richmond, Virginia native, Mr. Pristera graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. After spending some time as a DuPont engineer, specifically working on Kevlar manufacturing and ballistics applications, Mr. Pristera attended law school at the University of New Hampshire. On July 4, 2010, Mr. Pristera was commissioned in the U.S. Army in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps. Mr. Pristera spent almost six years on active duty. He spent just over three of those years in criminal defense, ...Read More
Joseph Galli Attorney
Originally from Portland, Maine, Mr. Galli attended Elmira College in New York on a four-year Army ROTC Scholarship. At Elmira, he double majored in Business Administration and Public Affairs. Mr. Galli graduated from Elmira College in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science degree and was Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army. Mr. Galli began his study of the law in 2009 at the University of New Hampshire School of Law. There, he focused on litigation and honed his advocacy skills as a member of the Advanced Trial ...Read More